How to Stop Worrying and Start Living by Dale Carnegie, shared by One Percent Better

If you ask what is the single most important key to longevity, I would have to say it is avoiding worry. And if you didn’t ask me, I’d still have to say it.

-George Burns-

How much time did you spend worrying today? Did all that energy change the outcome of any of your problems? Is it possible to worry a bit less tomorrow and live a bit more? Today’s Daily Dose shared by One Percent Better may help, by teaching you some of Dale Carnegie’s timeless lessons.

Dale Carnegie was a poor farm boy from Missouri who made a career teaching people how to have confidence in their ability to live a good life, regardless of the criticisms of others. In this book, Carnegie shares Seven Ways to cultivate a mental attitude that will bring you peace:

1. Fill your mind with thoughts of peace, courage, health, and hope
2. Never try to get even with your enemies
3. Expect ingratitude
4. Count your blessings, not your troubles
5. Find Yourself and Be Yourself
6. Try to profit from your losses
7. Create happiness for others

Published in 1948 in Britain, How to Stop Worrying and Start Living is still an award-winning work which is quoted by many in successful business and personal endeavors.

Learn more about these 7 tips in the awesome video created by One Percent Better. If you are intrigued by the book, find it on Amazon and almost all public libraries.

One Percent Better is a channel created by Brandon, a talented young man from Australia. Brandon has created dozens of animated summaries of the most influential self-help and self-improvement books on the market. Brandon’s summaries are concise, packed with useful information and well-animated to keep you tuned in. Check out Brandon’s work via the One Percent Better Channel and his Facebook page. Many thanks to Brandon for his amazing work and preservation of some of the best motivational works out there.

I hope you enjoy Brandon and Dale Carnegie’s works as much as I have.

Have an awesome week and Stay Wise!

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